A minimal network transfer utility for RR-Net.
UDPSlave is a transfer utility that lets you send over PRG files from a PC (or Mac, or Unix box) to a C64 with an RR-Net interface. The main features are that the program is small enough to be typed in, and doesn't require anything except a cartridge with a clockport and RR-Net.
To get started, either trainsfer udpslave.prg to your C64 using another transfer system (X cable, 1581Copy, SerialSlave, or what have you), or type in the basic listing for minislave. Minislave is a stripped down version that doens't support pinging. After the slave has been started on the C64, you can send files over with sendudp.
The programs have been tested successfull with RetroReply + RR-Net, MMC64 + RR-Net, SuperSnapshot + RR-Net, and VICE (thank you, Jason). It also works with RR and SS plugged into MMC64, as long as the RR-Net is connected to the MMC64's clock port.
udpslave-0.91.zip source and binaries.
udpslave-20080618.zip latest source snapshot.
sendudp [-r | -j address] server [filename.prg]
|-r||Run program. Not supported with minislave.|
|-j address||Execute program at address. Use 0x prefix for hex addresses.|
|server||IP or hostname of C64 running the slave. Default is 192.168.0.64 (see below on how to change it).|
|filename.prg||Program file to send over.|
To set the IP address of minislave, POKE the four values to the addresses printed after the basic program finishes:
37 38 39 POKE 52903 TO 52906 TO SET IP, SYS 52224 TO START READY. POKE 52903,217 POKE 52904,28 POKE 52905,206 POKE 52906,139 SYS 52224
This sets the address to 188.8.131.52.
To set the IP address of udpslave, stop the program with any key, POKE the four values from 53178 to 53181, and restart with SYS 52224:
LOADING"UDPSLAVE" READY. RUN OK READY. POKE 53178,217 POKE 53179,28 POKE 53180,206 POKE 53181,139 SYS 52224
In case it's not working, here's a checkist:
Send love, hate, and bug reports to email@example.com.
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